"I like the pressure on me", said Johnson. "The coaches know that I can handle the pressure, and that I want the ball in my hands late in the 4th quarter when the game is on the line".
"Mainly we run the spread offense but when we did go under center it was a good bit of bootlegs. I would like to find a school that runs the spread but to be honest I can adapt to a set offense as well, I just want the opportunity to play college football".
"His ability to see the field is the first thing you see and then the composure he has under pressure," said head coach Tommy Minton. "When he breaks the pocket he is very composed. Most kids his age that can run like he does will just take off but he sees the field and makes plays downfield.
"He has all of the intangibles you want in a quarterback. He's a super leader in everything he does and he has a real strong arm. The ball can be on the hash and he can throw a 10-yard out to the far side on a frozen rope."
Terrance has a couple of camps lined up for this summer but also says he is looking to add a couple of more. "I am definitely headed to the Manning Passing Camp on the campus of Nicholls State. I will probably go to a camp at McNeese, ULM, and maybe the LSU passing camp.
So far Johnson has picked up one offer but maybe close to picking up another. "ULM was my first offer. They came and watched me in the spring a couple of weeks ago. McNeese has been talking to me as well and they said they might be close to offering".
ULM - I don't know a lot about ULM but I definitely want to learn more. I know that they have a nice program up there and they are an up and coming program and that they beat Alabama last year".
Terrance holds a 2.75 GPA recently took the ACT test but has yet to receive his scores.